Paintings on the window of your shop are an extremely versatile way of defining your brand. They can be adapted to a wide range of themes, are temporary and easy to remove, and create arresting, dramatic displays. Here is a selection of some past windows I have painted:
Enitharmon are an independent publishing house that specialise in artist's books and poetry. This display was an adaptation of William Blake's painting The Night of Enitharmon's Joy.
This commission was for Housmans, a radical book shop in King's Cross, north London. The brief was protest themed and I used their rainbow branding and slogans to create a dramatic design.
London Graphic Centre
During my time at LGC King's Cross, I was able to make a number of large paintings on the glass as part of the displays. They are Uni Posca paint marker drawings on the reverse side: